Guest Author: J. H. Bogran
[In J. H. Bográn‘s new novel, Poisoned Tears] retired Dallas private investigator Alan Knox dislikes New Orleans so much he won’t even drink Abita, the local beer. It all goes back to the day his knee and his promising pro football career were wrecked in a Superdome game with the Saints. But when his estranged son calls and asks for help finding a missing fianceé, the guilt-ridden Texan heads for the Big Easy where he soon finds himself in trouble up to the tops of his snakeskin boots. What starts off as a missing person case turns into a hunt for a serial killer who uses exotic poisonous animals to dispatch his victims. Painfully aware he can’t go it alone, Knox joins forces with an over-the-hill journalist and an unfriendly police detective as he navigates the dark streets and seedy bars in search of his prey. Great plot, colorful descriptions of NOLA and well-drawn characters. Poisoned Tears is full of so many twists and turns that it will make your head spin long before you get to the heart-thumping surprise ending. —Paul Kemprecos
J. H. Bográn is guest author of #LitChat on April 3, 2017 at 4 p.m. Follow #LitChat on Twitter, or login to our dedicated channel at www.twubs.com/litchat.
J. H. Bográn, born and raised in Honduras, is the son of a journalist. He ironically prefers to write fiction rather than fact. Bográn’s genre of choice is thrillers, but he likes to throw in a twist of romance into the mix. He is author of Treasure Hunt, his debut novel, and Firefall, released in 2013. Other works include novels in both English and Spanish, short stories, and screenwriting for Honduras domestic television. He’s currently a college teacher and writes for The Big Thrill e-zine.
Follow J. H. Bográn on Twitter: @jhbogran.